Monthly Archives: November 2010

Video Games and Art

After being inspired by Dr. Strangelove’s recent post on his blog abput video games and their worth to western society, I have decided to write about a subject very dear to my heart. There is a raging debate that seems … Continue reading

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Parliament…Not a Terrorist Target?

Now I’m not quite sure how the American Capitol building works, but I doubt that in the middle of the night you can wander up to its front doors, or all around the building and its property and look in … Continue reading

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The Shot Heard Around the Corner

Well, the World Series ended. The San Fransisco Giants defeated the Texas Rangers. Turns out, no one cared. The ratings are in for the World Series, and it got beaten by numerous other network shows, including Modern Family and The … Continue reading

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Watching Dr. Strangelove with YouTube

I perused through Dr. Strangelove’s YouTube account today. I watched a lot of the movies he had uploaded himself, including the ones that seemed a little more personal than others. Shots of his home, or his wife filled the videos. … Continue reading

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